Emily Ratajkowski Rocks A Very Daring Cut-Out Dress At New York Fashion Week
Talk about making an entrance!
Emily Ratajkowski made one heck of an entrance at the Target + IMG New York Fashion Week Kick-Off Event this week, rocking a risqué dress with a very daring hip-to-bottom cut-out.
This dress, to be precise:
Though we’d be far too scared to wear this kinda crazy outfit to our next party (mainly due to an intense fear of flashing our entire derriere), Emily looks pure FIRE in the ensemble, teaming the cut-out dress with nude strappy heels, a black clutch bag and black jacket.
She kept her gorgeous make up look fairly simple and styled her hair into loose waves for the big bash, which was also attended by the likes of Kendall Jenner and Chanel Iman.
We guess our invite got lost in the post, yeah?
Emily’s fashion statement comes after she wrote a powerful essay for Glamour magazine, in which she spoke about how she was ‘trolled heavily’ after posting a photo and video from a Bernie Sanders rally.
She wrote: “Commenters said I had ‘an excess of beauty and lack of brain’ and told me to ‘shut up and show us your tits’. But I was also criticized in a very specific way— for seeking attention. They wrote me off as ‘a desperate attention whore’, saying I was taking part in the conversation only because everybody else was too.
“I realized then that I’ve been called an attention whore so often that I had almost gotten used to it. And as women we are accused of seeking attention more than men are, whether for speaking out politically, as I did, for dressing a certain way, or for even posting a selfie.”
Discussing the differences in how men and women’s desire for attention is portrayed, Emily added: “It’s absurd to think that desire for attention doesn’t drive both women and men. Why are women scrutinized for it more, then? And if a woman dresses up because she does want attention, male or otherwise, does that make her guilty of something? Or less ‘serious'?
"Our society doesn’t question men’s motivations for taking their shirt off, or shaving, or talking about politics—nor should it. Wanting attention is genderless. It’s human.”
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